When I bit into my first marble of salmiak, my tongue burned from the sharp saltiness and the back of my nose felt as if it had been struck by a mixture of fermented stingray meat and Windex.
I never intended to spend the night at Munich’s main train station, a sprawling structure that flows into a neighborhood of food stands, youth hostels, sex shops, strip clubs, and casinos.
Just when we thought Zuckerberg was done for good with Winklevi drama and all other legal matters, Paul D. Ceglia of Wellsville, NY filed a lawsuit against Facebook claiming partial ownership of the company.
Jill Sigman, a choreographer of modern dance, discusses movement, performance, and the body.
“If I wanted to write,” Harding said, “I had to fight for it. So I just couldn’t be precious. I couldn’t flip my scarf and say, ‘The muse didn’t show up today.’ No ... I’m always writing in my brain.”
In the first of a series of lectures dedicated to the memory of Ilya Chalik ’11, Shaolin Master Monk Shi Dezun presented on how to live a fulfilling life through zen, martial arts, and medicine.
“First, always remember that either a story carries love and mystery, or it carries nothing."
While the film undoubtedly contains reams of crude humor and vulgar jokes, these are employed as both a reflection and critique of current American culture.
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